Author: dhalliday

7 Top Last Minute Revision Tips

Exam season is almost upon us. There’s not much time left for revision or studying (hopefully you’ve already done the majority of it), so here’s some top tips to make the most of every minute before you put pen to paper on the exam sheet. Remove any and all distractions No. NO. Bad Netflix. This is

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Nicola Phillips – My Nursing Placement, Day 1

Nicola Phillips

University, exams, writing and reading have all been my priority for the last few months.  I am still living off the buzz of meeting new people and proudly stating to whoever asks, that I am a student nurse.  It is, at that moment, all about me and if I am good enough to pass exams

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Five Reasons to Study at UofStirling

Stirling squirrel poses infront of Stirling campus next to Airthrey Loch

Choosing a university is a big decision. Here are five of the top reasons why we think University of Stirling should be your number one choice.

Postgraduate Perspective – Chris Hartley

Chris Hartley

Our Postgraduate Open Day will take place on Wednesday 28 March from 3pm-7pm in our brand new INTO University of Stirling Building. Register now to secure your place. Why I chose Stirling My name is Chris, and I’m a Sport Psychology PhD student in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport; I’m doing research into the mechanisms underlying effective support

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International Women’s Day 2018 #WomenOfStirling – Dr Karen Watchman

Karen Watchman Internationa Women's Day 2018

It’s International Women’s Day and this year’s theme is #PressForProgress. What does the word “progress” mean to you in regards to women and gender? A move towards full realisation globally of the human rights of women with learning disabilities to choice in lifestyle, relationships and where each person calls home. What is your role at

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3 ways to deal with exam stress [TIPS]

colouring book and colouring pencils

Exam stress can be a challenging part of study – there’s no getting away from it. And if you’re feeling the burn, it’s not always that easy to get back to a more chilled state of mind. Katie Perrin, Head of Student Guidance and Wellbeing, tells us what you can do to cope with exam stress. 1. Look

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Getting To Know The Student Services Hub

Group photo of the Student Hub team at the University of Stirling

The Student Services Hub has pulled together a useful, short feature demystifying some common queries, including waiting times, out of hours support, specialist advice and confidentiality.

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